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Ware Man Cashes In $390,000 Lottery Ticket Hours Before It Expires

BRAINTREE (CBS) – Just when it appeared that a significant lottery win was going to go unclaimed, a Ware resident stepped forward to claim his prize. 171 more words

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Randolph Man Wins $1 Million In Second Chance Lottery Game

RANDOLPH (CBS) – The second time was a charm for one Randolph lottery player.

Joseph Kelley of Randolph won $1 million in a second chance drawing of the Massachusetts State Lottery’s “World Class Millions” instant game, which is the largest prize ever offered in the state. 98 more words

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Flash Fiction Friday: Lucky Day

“Audrey!  Get in here!”

Audrey stood in the doorway, eyes popping and mind uncomprehending.  The house, which had been pin neat and scrubbed to shining when she left for church two hours ago, was ransacked. 598 more words

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The Millionaire Mindset: Why Most Lottery Winners Lose

There is a key difference between a self-made millionaire and a lottery millionaire, and it’s that the former always thinks of ways on how to further increase his money and that the latter always thinks of how and where to spend his money on. 137 more words

FREE Thriller - Jackpot by Susan Fleet

Jackpot by Susan Fleet is a prequel for the Frank Renzi series. Each novel can stand alone.

Jackpot tells how and why Frank made the move from Boston to New Orleans, a story no thriller lover will want to miss. 44 more words

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$200,000,000 Cash Blowout Commercial

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I really enjoy the new Texas lottery commercial for the ‘Blow Out’ scratch-off game. The commercial depicts winners being blown-away… literally… Up goes popcorn, a woman’s pearl necklace, a scarf, hair, ties, and mouths open flapping from being ‘blown away’! 25 more words

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Northern Michigan Teen Wins Cash For Life On Whimsical Lotto Purchase

DETROIT (AP) – An 18-year-old woman went into a northern Michigan store for hot dog buns. She came out with a lottery ticket worth hundreds of thousands of dollars. 88 more words

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